can you send a birthday card?
I have just seen a wonderful post on Facebook and I want to share it with you all so we can all get involved to give Ollie, a boy with extreme autism, a birthday he will never forget. I take pride in the fact we are an active business and so much so can share posts of this sort, raising awareness and all doing a little something to make the world a better place.
A lady called Karen Jones from Exmouth has posted on Facebook to say that her son turns 15 years old on Saturday and has told her that he likes nothing more that opening birthday cards – so much so that he has even made himself 2 birthday cards to open on his birthday, which, as you can see from the photo are just adorable.
Karen Jones goes onto explain that her son Ollie is a from a very small family and has no friends due to his autism so there will not be many cards for him to open on his birthday, this Saturday, so she has asked those on Facebook to write card for him to arrive by Saturday.
As soon as I saw this post on Facebook I was quick to get the Creative Content Company to sign a spare birthday card I had in my drawer and tomorrow this will be sent off first class. I am also hoping to get another birthday card signed by all at Creative Networking tomorrow morning and another birthday card at Peterborough Prison tomorrow afternoon.
I would love it if you could get involved in this fantastic cause too, to make a young boy a very happy boy on his birthday. Please write your card to Ollie, who will be 15 years old on Saturday and send it to Ollie Jones, 53 Rosebery Road, Exmouth, EX8 1SQ.
Please let me know if you manage to send a card, I would love to see how many get sent further to seeing this blog post. Thank you in advance, from me and on behalf of Ollie’s mum and Ollie.